What You'll Get
A hymn to nature and youth, Mahler's monumental Symphony No. 1, "Titan," is filled with unforgettable melodies and rousing climaxes, befitting the lyrical beauty of the Romantic Era. The National Festival Orchestra, made up of talented young pre-professional musicians, performs this powerful work under the baton of Teddy Abrams, the music director of the Louisville Symphony. This concert at The Clarice in College Park is also set to feature a pair of pieces written for Sergei Diaghilev and the Ballets Russes by Debussy (Jeux) and Ravel (La Valse).
The National Orchestral Institute + Festival continues its exciting collaboration with Octava to provide interactive program notes for this performance. Delivered through a free app on your tablet or mobile device, you can read program notes delivered in real-time during the performance.
The Fine Print
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